Seek God Early
Seek God Early


RCCG House Fellowship Leader Manual 16th June 2024, Lesson 42



RCCG House Fellowship Leader’s Manual Is used by RCCG House Fellowship leaders. This manual is designed to provide you with practice lessons and topics of study. It explains in detail how to conduct fellowship meetings. The manual contains descriptions of each lesson, including special tips to explore and comprehend each lesson, and many more.

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Topic: Look Up!

House Fellowship Leader’s Manual Lesson No: 42

OPENING PRAYER: Father, I receive grace to look up unto You daily for help and guidance in Jesus’ name.

PREVIOUS KNOWLEDGE: Leaders should remind members what it means to be in God’s presence and the benefits thereof.

MEMORY VERSE: “Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of our faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God.” – Hebrews 12:2 (KJV)

BIBLE TEXT: Psalms 121:1-3 (KJV)

1 I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help.

2 My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth.

3 He will not suffer thy foot to be moved: he that keepeth thee will not slumber.

LESSON INTRODUCTION: Look up maybe termed divine order to keep all believers from being distracted from godly goals, aims, objectives, divine expectation and being guided from being choked by worldly wolves. In Genesis 22:3, the Bible says, “Abraham lifted up his eyes and looked and behold behind him a ram caught in a thicket by its horns.” We can see there that God’s response to Abraham’s expectation was received immediately he looked up to God.

LESSON AIM: To explain to members reasons to always look up at every point in time to the Author and the Finisher of our faith.

TEACHING OBJECTIVES: At the end of the lesson, members should be able to:

  • understand the need to always look up.
  • know the dangers accrued to distractions or drifting focus from God

TEXT REVIEW: Psalms 121:1-3

Lifting one’s eyes to divine direction will always bring positive response.
b. Only God can grant needed help.
c. God will not allow evil to befall you because He does not sleep nor slumber.
d. God always keep His eyes upon the righteous.


In this context, we are emphasizing on looking up to God Almighty.
When you look up to God;

i. a shameful and disgraceful life is terminated – Psalms 34:5.
ii. only in God, we find help – Psalms 46:1.
iii. your recovery will be total-I Samuel 30:8.
iv. giants will be subdued – 1 Sam. 17:45-47; Esther 4:14-16, 7:7-10.
v. your request will be granted – Numbers 14:28; 23:19.
vi. you receive absolute rest from evil connivances – 1 Kings 5:4; II Sam. 7:1.
vii. there is validation of our sonship as children of God – 1 John 3:2.
viii. there is provision from God to guide you to the end without falling.


To look down means working contrary to God’s pattern, to believe you are self-sufficient, no need for assistance, to believe your success is by your own power.

Let us look at the dangers of not looking up to God.

  1. You are exposed to attack since there is suspension of divine presence.
  2. Your defence has been withdrawn – 1 Samuel 19:9.
  3. Walking and operating in error – 1 Samuel 15:9-11. 4. Victory is suspended and curse is unleashed – 2 Samuel 12:7-12
  4. Affliction and devaluation of godly virtues.

ACTIVITY: Mention biblical characters who obtained their expectation by looking up to God.

SUMMARY: Help, solution, blessing, etc. can only come from above.

CONCLUSION: Looking up is an act of readiness to obtain information about something. The lame man at the beautiful gate looked up to Peter and John with full expectation and he was rewarded with victory over stagnation and sickness sickness of many years. Will you look up to Him?


  1. Almighty God, as we look up to You, may we never be disappointed.
  2. Father, we look up to You for the all-round growth of RCCG.
  3. Lord, as we look up to You, help us to remain steadfast and unshakable.
  4. Father, please continue to direct aright Your church – RCCG.
  5. Lord, please renew the strength of Daddy G.O. kingdom assignments.
  6. Your personal request.


MONDAY: Jeremiah 29:11 – Only God had the best for You. Look up to Him.

TUESDAY: Psalms 121:1-5.

WEDNESDAY: Look up to Him by meditating on His Word – Joshua 1:8; Ps. 1:1-2.

THURSDAY: Psalms 34:5.

FRIDAY: Psalms 123:1-2.

SATURDAY: Hebrews 12:2a.

SUNDAY: Pray against every form of limitation – 2 Kings 7:1-10.


1 I love this family Of God,
So closely knitted into one,
They have taken me into their arms
And ‘am so glad to be
A part of this great family

2 I bless this family of God,
So greatly prospered by the Lord,
They have taken me into their arms
And ‘am so glad to be
A part of this great family

3 I know this family of God,
So deeply rooted in the word,
They have taken me into their arms
And ‘am so glad to be
A part of this great family

4 I see this family of God,
So highly lifted above all,
They have taken me into their arms
And ‘am so glad to be
A part of this great family

5 Come and join this family of God,
So highly favoured by the Lord,
They have taken me into their arms
And ‘am so glad to be
A part of this great family

10 minutes for Opening Prayer, Praise and Worship
10 minutes for Testimonies
15 minutes for Bible Discussion
15 minutes for General Prayers
10 minutes for Questions & Answers
5 minutes for Welcoming New Members
10 minutes for Announcements, Offering, House Fellowship Anthem & Closing Prayers.
Total – 60 Minutes (1 Hour)

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